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Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem

  • Hassle-free day trip to Masada and Dead Sea from Jerusalem by coach
  • Tour Masada’s ruins with a guide to learn about its past
  • Unrushed visit to Dead Sea to relax in its waters and mineral mud
Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem
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Enjoy two of Israel’s top sights on this full-day tour from Jerusalem, all without transportation hassles or overlooking any details or places of interest en route. Hear about passing sights such as the Qumran Caves, catch a cable car at Masada to explore with a guide, and get ample time to enjoy the Dead Sea. Included entrance fees and central hotel pickup and drop-off make everything super-smooth and convenient.
What to Expect
Depart your central Jerusalem hotel or other city-center location by air-conditioned coach and journey to Masada, where a crumbled ancient fortress covers a mountaintop. Along the way, listen as your guide points out places of interest, including the site of the bible’s Good Samaritan parable.

Nearing Masada, experience panoramic views of the Dead Sea before riding the cable car for a guided tour of the 2,000-year-old mountain fortress and its relics. View and learn about the must-sees and hear about the mass suicide of Jewish zealots here in AD 74.

Then, pass Ein Gedi and the Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, and visit the Dead Sea, situated at the Earth’s lowest point. Enjoy ample time to wallow in the salt waters and mineral-rich mud before traveling back to Jerusalem past Jericho and ending your trip at the original starting point.
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent experience

Yoav Todah, an excellent tour guide. Thank you very much. A wonderful trip to Masada and the dead Sea. Enjoyed it a lot!!

Thank Monica L
Reviewed 1 week ago
Extraordinary-Thank You!

We booked a tour from Jerusalem to Masada. The tour was very good organised. Everything was like promised on their web site, pick up time and the whole travel was great. We were very lucky to have Yoav Malachi for our guide. His great knowledge...More

1  Thank couple1963
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing tour with YOAV MALACHI !!

I had such a wonderful time in Bein Harim “Masada and Dead Sea tour from Jerusalem” Thank you to Mr. Yoav.. Todah!! This is my 4th tour with Bein Harim and today’s tour is the the best tour so far. The previous tours were nice...More

1  Thank Baby W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Masada and spa!

Fair warning! Bring a bottle of water and do not leave it on the bus! #youwillregretit. I know, because I did. I was a bit embarrassed to admit it but every time we passed a water refilling station I felt like I made a huge...More

1  Thank YWfromGA
Reviewed 12 July 2018
Great Trip - Ask for Shay and Mohammed

Yesterday, we took the day trip from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea and Masada. Our tour guide was Shay and our driver was Mohammed. Mohammed was an excellent driver and we felt safe the entire trip and the bus was always ready for us, cool...More

1  Thank Mrsjj204
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Mojgan Sigal K
17 July 2018|
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Approximate times spent: 15 min to see the sea level sign and pictures with a camel 25 min at dead sea cosmetic store 90 min of Masada. Tour of Northern part and quick walk around the rest. 40 min break for lunch. Hint... More
Robert S
21 April 2018|
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